Expanding upon the literature of new institutional economics, the first part of this study stresses the significance of imperfections in information, bankruptcy and banks. The second part examines the policy implications of the new paradigm emphasizing loanable fund demand and supply, and demonstrates its relevance to our understanding of two recent historical episodesthe East Asian financial crisis and the 1991 U.S. recession and subsequent recovery and boom.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Series:||Raffaele Mattioli Lectures Series|
|Product dimensions:||5.43(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.18(d)|
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part I. Theory: 1. Reflections on the current state of monetary economics; 2. How finance differs; 3. The ideal banking system; 4. Restricted banking; 5. Market equilibrium; 6. From the corn economy to the monetary economy; 7. Towards a general equilibrium theory of credit; Part II. Applications: 8. Monetary policy; 9. Regulatory policy and the new paradigm; 10. Financial market liberalization; 11. Restructuring the banking sector; 12. Regional downturns and development of monetary policy; 13. The East Asia Crisis; 14. The 1991 US recession and the recovery; 15. The new paradigm and the new economy; 16. Concluding remarks.
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Recommended to anyone interested in Banking and Economics. The book has almost no math, what makes it readable by a wide audience.